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E3B’s annual PhD Dinner with the Chair event was held on April 23rd! Each cohort is invited to the Chair’s home to discuss their current projects, career […] Read More

Our E3B PhD student, Sian Kou-Giesbrecht, and E3B professor, Duncan Menge, published a paper on how nitrogen-fixing trees could influence climate change! To read more, click here: Nitrogen-fixing […] Read More

The Department of Ecology, Evolution, and Environmental Biology, the Faculty of Arts and Sciences, and Columbia University celebrate the life and mourn the passing of […] Read More

On April 4th, E3B hosted our second annual career panel! This panel was a chance for professionals from the private sector, NGOs, and government to discuss career […] Read More

E3B hosted their annual undergraduate “Dinner with the Chair” on April 9th! Matt Palmer (Director of Undergrad Studies), Jill Shapiro (Program Advisor of the EBHS […] Read More

Congratulations to Feb. EBHS graduate Jesse Chase-Lubitz! Jesse was selected as one of the prestigious Luce Foundation Scholars and will spend the next year in […] Read More

Join the E3B community in celebrating the work of the 2019 graduating class! The Ecology, Evolution & Conservation Biology MA Graduate Symposium will take place on Tuesday, May […] Read More

Save the date for E3B’s Annual Career Panel! The event will take place on Thursday April 4th from 4:00-6:00 pm. We welcome you all to stick […] Read More

    E3B hosted it’s first ‘Dog-Therapy Stress Relief’ event on March 12th to help alleviate some of the stress of midterms. This event was made […] Read More

Join E3B grad students Sarika Khanwilkar and Pooja Choksi as they host events to advance communication skills for broader scientific and policy impact! April 5th (4-6:30 pm): […] Read More

New beginnings for EBHS students. A hearty congratulations to: Nikita Israni, selected for the prestigious NIH Postbac IRTA Program Nick Smith, accepted to the Yale […] Read More

Congratulations E3B Post Doc Kyle Davis. Kyle won the 2018 “Science for Solutions” award from the American Geophysical Union

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